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The people will do NOTHING

They will bend over and take up the ar$e until the government has relinquished them of everything.

Fact is, it's already so bad, it isn't worth getting out of bed and working for a living anymore unless you are in the public sector

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If this actually gets implemented I think people will revolt, especially if it comes directly out of their wage packet. The cost of getting out of bed and going to work is already far too high. The UK is the most perverted place on earth. You are working towards a pension that doesn't exist, paying expenses to MPs who hate you, paying huge petrol taxes, paying for illegal immigrants, paying a premium for new cars and still paying astronomic prices for houses. Just remember that the roads you are paying for are even more congested because of illegal immigration. Eventually it won't matter because there will be absolutely nobody able or willing to work.

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This has been on the agenda for a while. Congestion charge by the back door, and I love the BS from Hampshire council, talking about the need to "redress the imbalance between free commuter parking for some staff at office complexes" and "parking for other staff in public spaces where payment is required"

Rural area are playing with fire, in all seriousness. Businesses will simply leave, and so they should.

The willingness of councils to gleefully slash their own wrists is seemingly endless.

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This has been on the agenda for a while. Congestion charge by the back door, and I love the BS from Hampshire council, talking about the need to "redress the imbalance between free commuter parking for some staff at office complexes" and "parking for other staff in public spaces where payment is required"

Rural area are playing with fire, in all seriousness. Businesses will simply leave, and so they should.

The willingness of councils to gleefully slash their own wrists is seemingly endless.

Only a council could come up with bizarre logic such as "redressing the imbalance". If the business is paying rates on the building and parking spaces that should suffice. I hope, like you, that businesses leave. Perhaps they'll just employ even more offshore staff, who don't need to park their ****ing rickshaws in Hampshire.

Why are council workers such tossers? They all seem to be inefficient grey sickly people. It's really a club for the virtually unemployable. This is what happens when modern medicine trumps natural selection.

You will no longer be able to ask someone if they own a car at an interview. The question will more taboo than asking if someone is pregnant, black, one-legged, gay, a treehugger, soap dodger, transexual or a former Labour PM .

Last one out flush the toilet.

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The people will do NOTHING

They will bend over and take up the ar$e until the government has relinquished them of everything.

Fact is, it's already so bad, it isn't worth getting out of bed and working for a living anymore unless you are in the public sector

Hey UK Debt Slave,

Did you ever manage to make it out to Astoria?

I have my citizenship interview on Tuesday.

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They still havent got it. :( People dont want the services they insist on providing, so they dont want clever ways to be taxed to provide them.

Maybe I should rethink my idea to buy in this country, its not going to get better is it?

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They still havent got it. :( People dont want the services they insist on providing, so they dont want clever ways to be taxed to provide them.

Maybe I should rethink my idea to buy in this country, its not going to get better is it?

Buy a small house with land, earn less and spend less and you pay less tax.

This is yet another policy that makes great good sense for London and other big cities, but elsewhere is just a money grab and another tax on business.

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I am speechless-I am without speech.

Just read between the lines - they always shoot themselves in the foot!

'They' Common Purpose, don't need the money - it is to be spent on a grandiose plan to price the proles off the roads! It's their intention.

Councils were ordered by the Government to find new ways of raising money.

"This may not change behaviour but could raise money for public transport."

But Stephen Joseph, the executive director of the Campaign for Better Transport, said: “We support any move on a workplace parking levy, but it needs to be part of a broader strategy with the money linked to alternatives to the car, such as in Nottingham where the money is going into a local tram scheme.

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Holland is looking more and more like a place I want to move to. None of this idiocy.

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If this actually gets implemented I think people will revolt, especially if it comes directly out of their wage packet. The cost of getting out of bed and going to work is already far too high. The UK is the most perverted place on earth. You are working towards a pension that doesn't exist, paying expenses to MPs who hate you, paying huge petrol taxes, paying for illegal immigrants, paying a premium for new cars and still paying astronomic prices for houses. Just remember that the roads you are paying for are even more congested because of illegal immigration. Eventually it won't matter because there will be absolutely nobody able or willing to work.

The best trained donkeys in the world will not revolt.

Infact, these councils and businesses could raise even more money by charging a premium for the 'best' parking spots. Perhaps even a bay with your name on only you can park in.

Imagine how inferior you'll be able to make your colleagues feel. Imagine how inferior you'll feel if you have to park where you can.

Get a private bay. You'll look fabulous. You know you want to.

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The best trained donkeys in the world will not revolt.

Infact, these councils and businesses could raise even more money by charging a premium for the 'best' parking spots. Perhaps even a bay with your name on only you can park in.

Imagine how inferior you'll be able to make your colleagues feel. Imagine how inferior you'll feel if you have to park where you can.

Get a private bay. You'll look fabulous. You know you want to.

Worryingly, I think you are right.

You only have to look at those who willingly pay extra at theme parks to park nearer the entrance and 'virtual' queue.

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The best trained donkeys in the world will not revolt.

Infact, these councils and businesses could raise even more money by charging a premium for the 'best' parking spots. Perhaps even a bay with your name on only you can park in.

Imagine how inferior you'll be able to make your colleagues feel. Imagine how inferior you'll feel if you have to park where you can.

Get a private bay. You'll look fabulous. You know you want to.

The best trained donkeys in the world will not revolt. :lol::lol::lol:

v good, and the winners of this years donkey derby (sponsored by Sky Sports) are from the UK, in fact, they took the first 60 million places.

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How very innovative. Packed lunch tax next.

...to redress the imbalance between those who are able to make their own sandwiches and those who, due to disability or family committments, have to rely on shop-based refreshments.

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The people will do NOTHING

They will bend over and take up the ar$e until the government has relinquished them of everything.

Fact is, it's already so bad, it isn't worth getting out of bed and working for a living anymore unless you are in the public sector

Won't have to tax revenues falling[ zombie economy].

The "cut cloth" solution ignored,"blood stone" solution followed ,

imminent collapse or severe service cuts a done deal.

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I would like to see the analysis of this revenue-increasing model against the analysis done by getting rid of X number of useless employees.

Until that is done then they really are a bunch of crooks.

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Hey UK Debt Slave,

Did you ever manage to make it out to Astoria?

I have my citizenship interview on Tuesday.

Nope

Insufficient assets

They no longer count property equity as an asset so you need to be cash rich to qualify

So after much expense, reams of paperwork and bull$hit, my emigration plans turned to dust.

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Worryingly, I think you are right.

You only have to look at those who willingly pay extra at theme parks to park nearer the entrance and 'virtual' queue.

I know a Chinese guy who pays 100 pounds/ month (1/3 of his salary at a bank) for a car parking space at his workplace in Shanghai. This makes me think, people will be happy to pay 250/ year to keep their parking privelidge.

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